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sswilson

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Oh there's fans there. They're just not all that big. :)

Edit: Damn... just noticed all the crud on the front-end of that rad.... I just cleaned that a few weeks ago.... :(
 

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Eeesh.. I see that too.. :p

Btw nice to see an Apogee GT still hanging in there.. I should be murdered for getting a d-tek block.. :(
 

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Poor man's custom Quad-GPU cooling..... ;)

edit: 12C+ difference on the core(s) at stock speeds / idle​
 
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Steve.. boy you those fans are trusty but dusty too :p.. Smart idea, tubing for holding and anti-vibration.

Hey those fans on the rads, they are yate loons right..
 

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Yep. Aside from a few Scythe 2000 RPM fans I picked up on sale earlier this year, all of my fans are 1350RPM YLs. Not the top performer, but when they go on sale, you can't beat the price/performance (IMO).
 

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Yate loons also make very good fans (the bearing used is also good).. I was almost to buy those Scythe-F fans, when I noticed those 1350rpm YL on sale, prices gone up to $29.99 for 5 fans (remember seeing 24.99 b4)..

I see a lonely Cosmos in the background too, can't wait to save some $$ and go for a HAF932 to rebuild my loop..
 

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cool quad 9600 gso ( 96 ) what's your the total PPD
Looks like it's between 12 and 13K at stock speeds. I had them pushed overnight, but something crapped out so I'm going to run them stock for a couple of days to ensure that they're stable, and then push them a bit now that I've got some better cooling going on.
 

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